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4.0 out of 5 stars Strange, but good., 18 April 2012
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This review is from: Eraserhead [Blu-ray] [Region B Import] Starring Jack Nance, Charlotte Stewart, Allen Joseph, et al. (Blu-ray - 2012) (Blu-ray)
I saw part of the scene where they had the chicken on tv many years ago and i liked what i saw. My family who also
watched tv said it was a sick film so they changed the channel. Ever since then i have wanted to watch it in it's entirely. It is
good waited because now i could watch it in HD quality and lossless sound. I am glad i bought it.

I think the character Henry was interesting + i liked the strange atmosphere. David Lynch sure made the film look cold,
strange, bleak and uninhabitable. That family he meets was strange and the conversations had that awkward silence
vibe.
Also that peculiar baby who i think looks like an alien. I was surprised when the mother tried to kiss Henry. I liked the
shocked facial expressions Henry made. I think it was a bit hard to interpret this film. I enjoyed it.

Picture quality: 4/5

The film takes up circa 18 GB and have an average of 24 in bitrate. I was surprised how good it looked. Since this was a
very
low budget film made by 20,000 USD. Not the sharpest film i have watched, but i didn't expect it to look like Avatar
either. I think close ups shots looked good and detailed.

That baby who has many close ups looked detailed and sharp. Seems like no DNR or EE was used which made me
happy. It looked grainy as it should do. I like that it was filmed in black and white because i think it suits this film just
fine and i think it makes it more atmospheric. I think the black levels looked good.

Audio quality: 4/5

The audio is in LPCM 2.0 {Dolby Surround} remix with 2304 kbps, 24-bit. I was just as surprised as the picture quality how
good it sounded. Eraserhead is filled with urban noises. Not much actual music. I heard some hissing, but was not a
major problem for me.

Very little Stereo effects. You basically can count all of them on 1 hand. The dialog sounded mostly clear and fine to
my ears. There was also some surprisingly good bass in a few scenes. I think it was a pretty good BD edition by
Capelight Pictures.

Film: 4/5
Overall: 4/5
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